ICE. Journal of the International Community for Ecopsychology. Internet TV. EarthCare Global TV is initiating this first step toward Internet TV page, beginning by listing films, documentaries, interviews, animations that have been created by conscious ones around the globe to share about sustainable living on this planet.
This Internet TV Link is being created at this time to freely share information that will assist globally in the 'self-governing' principle arising through all 'the people'. This conscious, green, environmental and sustainable eco-media is for inspiration and education that we may live the universal Law of Balance. Some of the titles will have website and description; others will only have the film title. You may google to find numerous youtubes, trailers and further information for purchase of the DVDs. *Consider buying online the DVDs that may be shown to family, friends and community and given as gifts. *This DVD purchase supports those involved in making the films and getting the information to the people. 1. Dirt! Ladies of the Land, Animals. School Libraries around the world. How big-hearted babies turn into selfish monsters. A baby being fed a homemade meal, starting with cereals, vegetables and fruits, will need half as much as being weaned on ready-made food.
Photograph: Jamie Grill/Getty If you've been planning a shopping trip with the kids for bank holiday Monday, you might not want to read any further, because teaching your children consumerism is helping to turn them into selfish, immoral creatures without a streak of empathy, according to a new study. You may be making them just like stressed-out adults, whose potential as human beings is killed off as genuine altruism is suffocated by their greed and anxiety. In a new book which suggests that social changes and the shift towards an ever more unequal society are making us cold-hearted and mean, psychotherapist Graham Music says we're more likely to be born big-hearted and kind but then pushed towards being selfish and cold than the other way around.
Music disputes the notion that children are born selfish. Kids of New Jersey: Go outside. Posted: Monday, April 14, 2014, 11:59 PM By Michele S.
Byers Here's the homework assignment: Explore the woods, climb a tree, race through a field, build a fort. Splash in the water, catch a fish, explore a city park, turn over a log. Sleep in a tent, gaze up at stars, follow a trail, listen to birds. Play in the mud, hold a frog, plant a garden, follow animal tracks. These once-common activities - from back in the days when parents sent their kids outside and told them not to come home until dinner - may not be real school assignments. Exploring, running, climbing, and more are part of the "Children's Outdoor Bill of Rights," introduced recently in the New Jersey Senate. Not playing outside, the Senate resolution noted, has been shown to have adverse physical, social, and emotional consequences. No wonder "Go outside and play" is a message that's spreading across the nation. Overview of APA Format: A Handy Guide to References and Citations. Quick_start_guide.
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